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S.A. Huggins

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I know. The title sounds a bit dramatic. I’ve headed over to blogger. You can follow me at www.peelingcheek.blogspot.com.


Come on over. I promise it will be just as much fun.


Shelia



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Howling Rail

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A Reckoning in Belvoir

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A Reckoning in Belvoir (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: By the early fall of 1863, most of Belvoir’s townsfolk had gotten used to soldiers coming and going, food supplies dwindling to almost nothing, and runaway slaves leaving to join the Union army. What they hadn’t gotten used to was the serial killer roaming the Randolph farm on the outskirts of town. Two women, one a slave and the other, the wife of a slave owner, find themselves linked to the killer in this 70,000 word novel, A RECKONING IN BELVOIR. Set near the end of the Civil War, this suspense novel written in the literary tradition uses superstition, betrayal, and vengeance to conjure a world where the evils of man survive death, and the consequences of war collide with everyday living. Martha mourns the life she had before the war. With someone murdering her family’s slaves, she not only fears she might lose her farm to the Yankees, but now also worries that the killer will come for her sons and grandsons next. Ethel is rearing a mute son who is just reaching the crossroads of manhood. She should be envisioning freedom and the life that she and her son will soon have. But she can’t. The killer is the first thing she thinks of in the morning and her last thought at night. Martha and Ethel are bound to a tragedy that began years earlier when one of the Randolph slaves tried to run away. Neither of them knew it at the time, but they each played a part in a doomed and enduring legacy. They now have to decide how to face the consequences of their actions and determine if there is anything they can do to end the killing at the farm.
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message 6: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, S.A. It's greatly appreciated. I am an actor/singer/songwriter recently turned author who is very fortunate to be getting rave reviews and 5 stars across the board for my first outing, FORBIDDEN STEPS. I guess the best way to introduce myself is through my website:

http://www.edrambeau.com

Thanks again and have a a terrific day, Ed


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S.A. I'm thinking that Belvoir should be available for sale February 14th, as a Valentine's Day present to myself.


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S.A. Rosemary wrote: "Shelia, your novel sounds marvelous. May it be a bestseller!"

Thanks. I spent from 2008 to 2010 writing the thing. I sure hope people enjoy it.


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S.A. Joel wrote: "Your novel sounds great!"

Glad you think so. Hopefully, I will get it up on Amazon by the end of the month.


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Joel Your novel sounds great!


Rosemary Shelia, your novel sounds marvelous. May it be a bestseller!


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